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Tag Archives: Inc.

Law movers: 6/18/12

Radford joins Trace Trace International, Inc., a nonprofit membership organization delivering anti-bribery compliance solutions worldwide, has added Eileen Radford to its Annapolis office. Radford will have responsibility for supporting many of Trace’s internal functions and client advisory services, from membership ...

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In-House Interrogatory

This week it is all about CEOs and general counsels. Asked: Our weekly question to the In-House community Clarissa Cerda, general counsel at LifeLock, Inc., took on her job around three years ago. The corporate counsel takes on a “partner ...

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Supreme Court: Families cannot sue over loan discount fee

WASHINGTON — The Supreme Court ruled unanimously Thursday that three families cannot sue a mortgage company for allegedly charging them a loan discount fee without giving them a lower interest rate. The high court’s decision tosses out lawsuits filed in ...

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One road to entrepreneurship that started in the Virgin Islands

The journey of entrepreneurship began for us in February 2005 while sitting on the beach in the Virgin Islands. (Over the years, we have found that we always do our best strategic thinking on vacation.) I had been freelancing some ...

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Gay wedding bonanza?

ANNAPOLIS – John Stowell sees dollar signs when he thinks about gay marriage becoming legal in Maryland. Stowell, the director of sales and marketing at The Intercontinental Harbor Court hotel in the Inner Harbor, says the hotel’s reception hall is ...

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Rawlings-Blake’s inaugural theme: ‘Growing Baltimore’

Mayor Stephanie Rawlings-Blake tried out elements of what could be her inaugural speech Monday at the Greater Baltimore Committee’s 37th annual Mayor’s Business Recognition Awards Luncheon at the Hyatt Regency Hotel at the Inner Harbor. “Our number one goal in ...

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Supreme Court won’t hear appeal from software reseller

WASHINGTON — The Supreme Court won’t reopen a decision blocking an online merchant from selling unopened secondhand software. The high court on Monday refused to hear an appeal from Timothy S. Vernor, who wanted to sell unopened software made by ...

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Opinions – U.S. District Court of Maryland: 8/22/11

Civil Procedure Motion to unseal documents BOTTOM LINE: Defendant’s motion to unseal the entire docket in a qui tam action filed against it was granted because the documents in the file did not contain confidential investigative techniques or substantive details ...

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